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Registration FAQs

Start by making an appointment with your faculty advisor to review your academic goals for your time at Rollins. You and your advisor will discuss your schedule and goals for the future . The advisor hold on your registration will not be lifted unless you have consulted with your academic advisor. It's also helpful to familiarize yourself with the course offerings in the Schedule of Classes and to do a bit of planning ahead of your time ticket opening. DegreeWorks (found in FoxLink) is also an excellent resource to assist you in selecting courses that will progress you toward graduation. If you have financial holds, please talk to Student Account Services (404-646-2252) to be able to register.

Yes. In order for the Registrar’s Office to best serve students, we will be restricting the number of students who can access the registration system at a time and will cycle students throughout each registration day based on the first letter of each student’s last name. The CLA registration days/times schedule can be found here. The Holt registration days/time schedule can be found here.

The Registrar’s Office will be available to serve students via phone, email, and WebEx, and walk-in . Students who need assistance should file a Registration Help Request to set up a WebEx with a Registrar’s Office staff member or to receive a call or email response. Assistance will be provided in the order forms are received. For instructor consent issues, see below.

Waitlisting will work as it has in the past semester. When a course reaches capacity, students will have the option to add themselves to the course waitlist. Students are typically added and removed from the waitlist in the order in which they register. Waitlist FAQs are available here under the Waitlist FAQ tab.

CLA students will be allowed to register for a maximum of 20 credits and Holt UG students 18 credits during the initial registration period. Once all students have had the opportunity to register, maximum credits for CLA students will increase to 24 on Monday, April 11, and Holt UG students will remain at 18. AFTER Monday, April 11th at 9:00am, CLA students who wish to register for more than their allowed maximum 24 credits must file a course overload form with the Registrar’s Office. Students are expected to discuss overloading with their academic advisor. Approved forms will be sent back to the student and advisor once the form has been processed; however, advisors have up to two business days to notify the registrar if they disapprove.

Students should complete the Instructor Consent Request form. The request is automatically sent to the instructor for review. A follow-up email from the Office of the Registrar will be sent with the instructor's decision. If approved, the student will receive further instructions to register in Foxlink. Note that completing the form does not automatically enroll you for the course.